Abstract
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF HAPPY HYPOXIA IN COVID 19 PATIENTS: A REVIEW OF LITERATURE

*Dr. Sharique Ahmad, Tanish Baqar, Dr. Saurabh Srivastava and Dr. Sachin Khanduri

ABSTRACT

Viral contamination of the respiratory system regularly incites irritation and stimulation of tactile receptors, inducing transmission of afferent impulses to the respiratory centers. The nearness of dyspnea would be no physiological astonish in either circumstance. The surprise would emerge as it were in the event that sensory afferents or hypoxemia inspired critical stimulation of the respiratory centers and the persistent did not create dyspnea. COVID-19 patients show low oxygen levels without dyspnea. The clinical problem Happy Hypoxia, more accurately named Silent Hypoxia is particularly befuddling to doctors and is considered as opposing fundamental science. Due to lack of information regarding these components, doctors caring for hypoxemic patients free of dyspnea are working within the dark, setting helpless COVID-19 patients at significant risk. Thus the purpose of this article is to contribute to a growing body of research that will prove to be valuable for clinicians working in critical care wards; it explains a vivid picture about the patho-physiology, the mechanism involved which is mandatory before treating an extraordinarily contagious virus that is affecting millions of people worldwide.

Keywords: COVID19, dyspnea. Happy Hypoxia.


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